To provide the best-integrated care, we combine a variety of strategies:

Embryologist Dr John Bear established over 100 years ago, the role of the pancreas in preventing the development and growth of transformed cells.  These concepts have been built on and expanded by a number of pioneering practitioners, culmination in the research and work of De Nicholas Gonzalez.  This is an important component of the strategies we use.

Nobel Prize winner and renowned biochemist Dr Otto Warburg, was the first to recognise and state that transformed cells were first formed as a result of oxygen deficiency.  This occurs at the cellular level, first affects the electron transport chain of the oxygen-rich mitochondria, then the cell’s nucleus and then the entire cell.  These changes lead on to the subsequent problems, the genetic mutations and changes that form much of the focus of chemotherapy agents.

We aim to first, restore mitochondrial and cellular function and then support the body in repairing any subsequent problems.

Modern facilities, such as those provided by American Metabolic Laboratories [link] and Galkina Lab [[link] enable us to access data that are vital for the development of support strategies in ways that are uniquely tailored to the needs of each individual.

All these science-based strategies, and more, are incorporated in the emerging Metabolic and Biochemical Approach to this problem that we follow.

As a psychotherapist, as well as biochemist and naturopath, Dr Xandria Williams is well qualified to help clients deal with the various stressors that can both lead up to, and result from, their developing situation.

In addition, we have out-reach facilities to a number of additional options, including:

  • hyperthermia,
  • hyperbaric oxygen,
  • intravenous vitamin C (and other nutrients),
  • mistletoe therapy,
  • thermography